How do you prepare your salmon burgers?
revolucia78 Posts: 196 Member
I just bought some salmon patties and as far as I can tell they are not seasoned. I plan to pan fry in light olive oil, how do you prepare/season your salmon burgers?
Hi there. This is how I do mine0
I bake them, flip them half way. I have cooked them on the stove top but thought it was a little dry compared to baking them. I grind a little pepper on top of the patty and put some flavored mustard on the bun.0
Seriously? Salmon burgers?0
Hearts_2015 wrote: »
Naa. I would prefer to just mock them....0
I am so in love with salmon at the moment that Im not at the stage to dress it up in anyway.
Just simple pan fry and they are good to go for me.
I will come back to this thread for inspiration when I get bored...0
I make my own, mostly this recipe: http://www.movenourishbelieve.com/recipes/meatless-monday-thai-salmon-patties/0
sure you can
take out frozen fillet of salmon n blend it
lets see if you have 500g of salmon then take 1 medium size onion,
1 teaspoon of ginger & garlic paste
salt to taste
1 teaspoon of garam masala if you can buy it frm market (optional)
1 chop potatoes
blend thm all n make burger shape n freeze it..
when you want to defrost them just take it out n fry in cold oil
Hope im clear to you0
revolucia78 Posts: 196 MemberHearts_2015 wrote: »
Agreed - don't hate on it until you've tried it. I love salmon fillets too but get more for my money with salmon patties since I prefer only wild caught.
Thanks for the responses0
I grew up eating salmon patties too. Canned salmon, regular soup soda crackers and egg with salt pepper and garlic. Pan fry gently. Ive served with plain greek yogurt mixed with salt, garlic powder and fresh dill. mmm.0
We keep salmon burgers in the freezer...wife doesn't eat beef, so if we have burgers, she can have one of these. I'll have them too if I don't feel like beef or turkey burgers.
We just throw them on the grill and then usually use mayo and pickles as toppings.0
I buy canned wild caught & make patties. 1 can (take skin out but leave bones)
1-2 stalks celery, finely chopped
1/4 medium onion, finely chopped
@ 2 T coconut flour
Garlic, salt & pepper
1/2-3/4 tsp dill weed
Mix together, mashing the bones with a fork; form into patties. I usually get 5 from the large can. If they don't hold together add more coconut flour. You can bake these (convection oven is best) or fry them in a bit of coconut oil.0
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